Client Suggested Packing List

– 3 Each : Shirts, Olive colour, or Camo
– 3 Pairs : Pants, Olive colour or Camo
– 3 Pairs : Casual but warm clothing for the evenings (Note: Daily laundry service is available)
– 1 Each : Hat/Cap
– 1 Pair : Ankle High Boots (comfortable)
– 1 Pair : Light “Easy On” Shoes (for evenings around campfire)
– 4 Pairs : Socks
– 1 Each : Medium weight Sweater
– 2 Each : Jackets (1 medium, and maybe 1 heavier, if you go in July/August/Sept)
– 4 Each : Underwear & Comfortable Clothing for additional sight seeing when not hunting
– 1 Each : Sunscreen
– 1 Each : Insect repellant
– 1 Each : Sunglasses
– 1 Lot : Personal Medical Prescriptions, Anthihistamines, Tylenol, Li Balm with sun screen, etc.
– 1 Each : Flashlight, personal Grooming items and Razor (220 Volts)
– 1 Each : Belt and Ammunition Pouch
– 1 Each : Binoculars
– 1 Each : Still Camera and / or Video Camera
– 1 Each : Battery Charges (12V & 220V)
– 1 Lot : Ammunition (Note: you are permitted 11 pounds of ammo in you’re suitcase, do NOT pack it in your gun case with firearms)
– 1 Set : Firearms (Note: up to 3 calibers are permitted, no automatic or semi-automatic. These should be registered before you leave your country of origin)

Suggested Reading

– MAG-SET PUBLICATIONS, 2001 African Hunter Shot Placement, Harare: Mag-Set Publications (PTY) Ltd
– BURGER CILLIé, 1987, Mammals of Southern Africa: Fourways: Frandsen Publishers (Pty) Ltd
– IAN SINCLAIR, 1993, SASOL Birds of Southern Africa: Cape Town: Struik Publishers
– G.P.SWAN, D.J. BOTES, P.L. SMIT, 2000, Hunting Africa, a Practical Guide: Cape Town: Sunbird Publishing (PTY) Ltd